The doctrine of development, as it appears in this book, embodies the intent to develop. It is the question 'What is development? This is so if only because responses to the question of development usually present an image of something created anew, or improved, or renewed, or of the unfolding of potential which has the capacity to exist but which presently does not do so. Yet, to intend to develop does not necessarily mean that development will result from any particular action undertaken in the name of development. However, the existence of an intent to develop does mean that it is believed that it is possible to act in the name of development and that it is believed that development will follow from actions deemed desirable to realise an intention of development. An intention to develop becomes a doctrine of development when it is attached, or when it is pleaded that it be attached, to the agency of the state to become an expression of state policy.
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